Isabella Williams Reserve

Isabella Williams Reserve

The Isabella Williams Memorial Reserve playground features a large eye-catching ‘volcano’ with tall climbing walls, nets and three long slides, including a yellow-covered twisted slide, emerging out of the volcano. Colourful play surfaces ‘ooze’ like lava down the sides of the volcano and around a sand pit.

Other children’s play equipment includes a large red ride-on tractor, a bird’s nest swing and a bright-blue spinning ‘super nova’. For older folk there is a fitness circuit with outdoor gym equipment. For everyone, there are shade shelters, barbeques, display gardens featuring indigenous flora, a lawn, shrubs and trees.

Stage 2 of the project saw the addition of public toilets, more tree planting, off-street car parking and a path network through the adjoining grasslands to Kororoit Creek Reserve.

Partly funded by the Department of Sustainability and Environment (vision for Werribee Plains) and Sport and Recreation Victoria - this reserve is now one of five Flagship Parks Council has developed through the ongoing implementation of the Creating Better Parks strategy.

The Reserve is accessible by foot or by bike via the Kororoit Creek Trail.

Suburb Playground BBQ Shelter Toilets Drinking Fountain  Paths Upgrade Status
Opie Road, Deer Park

2011
 
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